Textile art reinvented

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Textile art is back bolder and more conceptually-driven than ever before, challenging definitions of material and practice.

Anita Larkin whose work The Breath Between Us (2014) wells from her background as a sculptor and felt-maker, and challenges the conventional definitions of textile art in this triennial; Photo Pedro Altuna; supplied courtesy the artist.

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